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2002 Mazda MPV Drum Brake Shoe Genuine

P311-2C4FD95    New

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Genuine Drum Brake Shoe
  • This Original Equipment Manufacturer part is the same part that was made & installed by the car manufacturer at the factory where the car was produced.
  • Rear
Brand: Genuine
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2002 - Mazda MPV
SBS
1995 Mazda B4000 Drum Brake Shoe SBS

P311-23F6955    New

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SBS Drum Brake Shoe
  • with 10" Brake Drums
  • NLA 1/14
  • Rear
Brand: SBS
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1995 - Mazda B4000
SBS
2002 Mazda B4000 Drum Brake Shoe SBS

P311-23F6955    New

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SBS Drum Brake Shoe
  • Production: -07/2002, with 10" Brake Drums
  • NLA 1/14
  • Rear
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2002 - Mazda B4000
Bendix
1994 Mazda B2300 Drum Brake Shoe - Rear Bendix

P311-3AA50FA    New

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$26.91
Bendix Drum Brake Shoe  Rear
  • NEW BRAKE SHOE Rear drum brake 10 x 2 1/2
  • Relined
Brand: Bendix
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1994 - Mazda B2300 Rear
Bendix
1995 Mazda B2300 Drum Brake Shoe - Rear Bendix

P311-0188B65    New

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$40.76
Bendix Drum Brake Shoe  Rear
  • NEW BRAKE SHOE Rear drum brake 9 x 1 3/4
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1995 - Mazda B2300 Rear
Bendix
1991 Mazda Navajo Drum Brake Shoe - Rear Bendix

P311-3AA50FA    New

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$26.91
Bendix Drum Brake Shoe  Rear
  • NEW BRAKE SHOE
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1991 - Mazda Navajo Rear
Bendix
2001 Mazda B2300 Drum Brake Shoe - Rear Bendix

P311-0188B65    New

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Bendix Drum Brake Shoe  Rear
  • NEW BRAKE SHOE With 9 rear brakes
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2001 - Mazda B2300 Rear
Bendix
1993 Mazda MX-6 Drum Brake Shoe - Rear Bendix

P311-22FCD3A    New

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$21.41
Bendix Drum Brake Shoe  Rear
  • NEW BRAKE SHOE
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1993 - Mazda MX-6 Rear
Bendix
2000 Mazda MPV Drum Brake Shoe - Rear Bendix

P311-0256A27    New

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$40.48
Bendix Drum Brake Shoe  Rear
  • NEW BRAKE SHOE
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2000 - Mazda MPV Rear
Bendix
1990 Mazda 626 Drum Brake Shoe - Rear Bendix

P311-03DB9B0    New

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$26.43
Bendix Drum Brake Shoe  Rear
  • CANADA NEW BRAKE SHOE
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1990 - Mazda 626 Rear LX
Bendix
1990 Mazda 626 Drum Brake Shoe - Rear Bendix

P311-03DB9B0    New

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Bendix Drum Brake Shoe  Rear
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1990 - Mazda 626 Rear LX
Bendix
2002 Mazda Protege Drum Brake Shoe - Rear Bendix

P311-1D221A7    New

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Bendix Drum Brake Shoe  Rear
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2002 - Mazda Protege Rear
Beck Arnley
2005 Mazda B2300 Drum Brake Shoe - Rear Beck Arnley

P311-3076A53    New

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$30.94
Beck Arnley Drum Brake Shoe  Rear
  • 10 Brake Drum
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2005 - Mazda B2300 Rear
Beck Arnley
2000 Mazda MPV Drum Brake Shoe - Rear Beck Arnley

P311-2D165E8    New

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Beck Arnley Drum Brake Shoe  Rear
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2000 - Mazda MPV Rear
Beck Arnley
2008 Mazda B2300 Drum Brake Shoe - Rear Beck Arnley

P311-0209881    New

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Beck Arnley Drum Brake Shoe  Rear
  • 9 Brake Drum
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2008 - Mazda B2300 Rear

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rear shoes

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Question From tes on rear shoes

Hi there everyone it's a 2006 Mazda 3 and 2.0 engine, after I replace the rear brake shoes the brake works fine, but the emergency brake lever goes all the way up and it doesn't stop the car, need your advice.

Response From Hammer Time

Did it work with the old brakes?

Response From tes

Ya it was fine, but now it barley stops the car, like when I put it in neutral and let it go the car goes, the emergency brake doesn't stop it.

Response From Hammer Time Top Rated Answer

First understand this. That is a parking brake not an emergency brake. It is not supposed to stop the vehicle.

If it's not holding the car from rolling on a slight incline, then you must have assembled something wrong.

Response From Sidom

Is this drum or disc?

Rear Braking sysytem on ford escort 1999 model

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Question From Guest on Rear Braking sysytem on ford escort 1999 model

Can you please advice me on how to remove the rear brake drums on fors escort 1999 model and how to remove/replace and adjust the brake shoes.

I am desperate. Thanking you

Ash

Response From DanD

Asking these kinds of questions tells me you do not have a lot of experience working on cars and maybe you should start gaining some by taking a course at a community collage. A course explaining the basics and safety issues related with these kinds of automotive repairs.
Sorry if this isn’t the help you wanted but if you have to ask how to get a brake drum off; well that’s kind of scary.
Dan.

Response From carjunky

Dan is right. Doing brakes isn't hard at all, but if you do them wrong it could really mean your in for some big trouble.

You could also go to a local auto parts store and look for a Haynes manual for your car a read through the steps on changing your drake drums. You may then realize that you should have a professional do it or it may be very easy for you to complete the job.

Response From Tom Greenleaf Top Rated Answer

I believe Escort has been both Ford and a Mazda and the Mazda does drums differently. Rust is a major reason for drums not just coming off if only for inspection and if well worn just removing the drum can break brake hardware so you need to be ready for that. One thing you can do is put a smear of brake lube sold "brush in can" right on the hub and drum and the problem will be gone next time you even want to look. Back drum brakes last quite a long time and when they need doing for me it's the rust game.

As Dan said: An evening course at you local vocational school is a great idea. The ones around me allow you to work on you own car while supervised and these courses don't cost that much -- or at least here. Good luck and stay safe, T

Brake caliper won't retract on 98 Protege

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Question From mystic2 on Brake caliper won't retract on 98 Protege

Hey,
I'm in the process of changing out my CV axel and pressed on the brake pedal to shift into neutral so I could rotate the drive shaft before prying on the inner joint hoping to get past the clip ring. No luck so far but I noticed that my brake shoes on my front left caliper have moved closer together so that I can't get the caliper back on over the rotor. I started the car and pressed the brake pedal thinking that maybe that would cause the caliper clamp to retract but it didn't and now the brake pads are even closer together. Do I have to bleed some brake fluid in order to release the pressure? Is there an easy way to get the clamp to retract?

Response From Hammer Time

If you keep stepping on that brake with the caliper removed you will be buying a new caliper. NEVER step on the brakes when the brakes are apart or a drum is removed.

If it hasn't started leaking fluid yet, you can probably press it back in with a C clamp. Make sure it goes in straight.

Response From mystic2

Thanks for the info.
I'll pick up a C clamp tomorrow and let you know how it goes.
And just to be sure, I should tighten the C clamp directly on the piston or on the brake pad?

Response From Hammer Time

You could do it either way but the C clamp may mark up your brake pads if you plan to re-use them. Just make sure it is pushing straight and you don't cock the piston to one side an jam it. It's OK for the C clamp to go inside the piston if it fits and it's a metal piston. If it happens to have plastic pistons, be a little more careful and put something in between to push against.

Response From Tom Greenleaf

"Any quick/easy way for me to release the pressure? Would any pressure be relieved if I loosen the cap on the brake fluid reservoir?"


Just remove some fluid at master cylinder and pushing piston back will have room without spilling. There's no pressure to fight unless there's another issue at the same time.
Listen to what HT said about piston being cocked. If you force it cocked it's all over leaking or not it couldn't be trusted. A "C" clamp pushing properly should retract piston with little effort as said. If it's a fight - stop as something is wrong. Yes also that you could use the pad to push on just careful and at some risk of harmlessly marking it a tad or at worst crack it then do them all if so.


If you removed fluid do so with like a turkey baster or something totally clean and do NOT use that for anything but again or throw it out not to be mixed up with food anything after brake fluid. Chances are it will just refill back to where it was. Loosen cover/cap but leave it in place as it could splash/squirt out and brake fluid can wreck paints.


If it goes well make sure it's full enough when back together and just pumping puts pads in place and then re-check fluid level,


T

Response From Hammer Time

You shouldn't have to remove any fluid. The piston was retracted when you started so it shouldn't overflow. It wouldn't matter if it did.

Response From Tom Greenleaf

Right - OP it shouldn't overflow if you did nothing but retract the piston UNLESS brakes are say 1/2 worn and fluid was topped off and you fully retracted piston. This isn't the real issue as it can or might leak harmlessly almost always out of master cylinder. The scare is that you applied the brakes when the caliper was NOT in place (right?) and if that went all wrong piston could be crooked.


I don't trust seals twice to just put it back in with unknown dirt or stress on seals, that's all,


T

Response From Hammer Time

Those springs are important. They keep the pads from constantly rubbing on the rotors when not applied.

Response From mystic2 Top Rated Answer

The C clamp trick worked. Thank God.
Only problem - and I'm not sure it really is a problem - but the M-shaped caliper spring was very rusted and broke when I was taking off the pads. It's such a weak spring that I'm not even sure that I need it. What do you guys think? And if I do need it, do I have to go to the Mazda dealer to get one?

Response From Tom Greenleaf

If that rusted it's time to do up the front brakes, both sides the same to each. There are better parts for rust and think you mean the clip for outer pad but doesn't matter it really can't stay that way and if like I think it's part of the pad not a separate kit of hardware but even so it's time and if a keeper go for it,


T

Response From mystic2

It's all fixed and back together.
O'reilys sells the M-clips I needed for the caliper.

Response From Hammer Time

Yes, those hardware kits are readily available.

Closing this now as solved.

Response From Tom Greenleaf

Hmmm - Would rather see you use a nice hard piece of wood that fits square/flush to the piston OR if a good "C" clamp that swivels at contact right on dead center of piston and shouldn't take tons of force or it's not right. Any fluid showing that caliper is toast as HT said,


T

Response From mystic2

Got my fingers crossed that it doesn't start leaking between now and tomorrow. Any quick/easy way for me to release the pressure? Would any pressure be relieved if I loosen the cap on the brake fluid reservoir?